9th January 2012, 02:54 PM
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"Golden Chief" Tomb Yields Clues to Unamed Civilisaiton
"Golden Chief" Tomb Treasure Yields Clues to Unnamed Civilization
National Geographic News, December 21, 2011
Newfound tombs in Central America are yielding thousand-year-old gold,
gems, and even hints of murder by pufferfish. But the real treasure is
the excavation's clues to the unnamed civilization of the so-called
golden chiefs of Panama, archaeologists say. "It's really a very
spectacular find. ... probably the most significant" for this culture
since the 1930s, when the nearby Sitio Conte site, also in central
Panama, yielded a wealth of gold artifacts, anthropologist John Hoopes
said. Until now, Sitio Conte provided the only major evidence of the
golden-chiefs culture, which can be traced from about A.D. 250 to the
16th century, when Spanish conquerors arrived on the scene. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/12/111221-gold-panama-cano-chiefs-t\
I am not much of a historian but I would like to hear any comments on this...
true morality brings life to life. it is a vital logical line of reasoning. living and necessary otherwise the light of life is snuffed out in rational error of self negation. thus if morality is worthy so is rational life.
Also apologies for any lack of manners...
"Tit for tat with forgiveness" is sometimes superior. When the opponent defects, the player will occasionally cooperate on the next move anyway. This allows for recovery from getting trapped in a cycle of defections. Wikipadia.